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Agence Littlewing

Agency

Little Wing was born out of the belief that communication must bring meaning and experience together with sagacity in order to reach its audience.

MEANING, by building up a strategy and implementing it with foresight in order to solve various communication issues with relevance and accuracy.

EXPERIENCE, by engaging all the necessary means to enable your communication to come to life: advertising and print, events and operations on the ground, digital presence and media relations.

Why Little Wing ?

  • It’s one of Jimi Hendrix’s cult songs, sampled by the world’s best guitarists.
  • It’s our promise to be nimble, creative as well as close.
  • It’s our innovative method to solve intricate problems.
  • It’s our aspiration for independence, far from large communication groups and their integrating dynamics
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Conseil Littlewing

Consulting influence activation

Consulting

Nowadays, digital ecosystems play a part in fragmenting the images of institutions and brands.
Accurately analysing the perceptions and mechanics behind the opinion-making process, whether to unveil opportunities or risks, is quite simply key when building a communication strategy. 
A company’s or a brand’s positioning is what makes it attractive to its audience while standing out from its competitors. Vision, promises, values … while the foundations are here to remain, its expression must be periodically reinvented to match and anticipate shifts in stakeholders expectations.
Performance or operational excellence schemes, innovation program, mergers or partnerships, HR projects … Communicating efficiently is key to ensure buy-in and implementation of strategic projects.

Influence

The currently trending “earned media” and “brand content” have always been the gist of media relations.
To successfully manage these relations, two prerequisites: a thorough knowledge of the media environment (on and offline) and a genuine relevance for the messaging and the packaging of the content.
More and more exposed, a company’s or an institution’s executives must embody a project, be able to draw people together and convince. No shortcuts possible! Only those that are properly trained can manage it, provided personal opinions and character are preserved.
Health, environment, employment… corporate issues lie at the core of public debates. Whether for advice during the decision-making process or to help move a project along, public authorities are vital stakeholders.
The only way to properly manage a communication crisis is by getting ready for it. Anticipating sensitive issues and developing crisis management awareness is key to efficient management in a moving and uncertain environment.

Activation

Digital communication is not cut off from the rest of communications but only a new environment where “testing and learning” is just as necessary as an efficient management of means to avoid dispersion. How should you choose among the myriad of digital tools? By taking into account your resources, your business challenges, your audiences’ habits and by implementing winning strategies.
Creating direct contact with audiences, bringing brand or corporate content to life, generating further engagement; those are the benefits of events management. How successful it has been is measured against the mark it has left with its audiences.
To be inspired by everything: words, pictures, dreams, experience, matter … Design must instantaneously express a company’s or a brand’s message. How can you improve the impact of your design? Set up a targeted media plan and choose the best artistic talent for each situation. Impact guaranteed!

 

L'equipe Littlewing

Our team

  • Julie de la sablière

    Chairwoman and Founder

    Master in Marketing and Market Research - Science Po Paris
    Hypokhâgne (Preparatory class)

    Was previously :
    Managing Director at Harrison & Wolf
    Consultant at Burson-Marsteller

    She likes : TED !

  • Ziad Gebran

    Account Director

    Master degree in Communication - Sciences Po Paris
    Bachelor’s degree in economics

    Was previously :
    Account Manager at Equancy & Co
    Communication Officer at Fédération Française des Télécoms
    Consultant at Parties Prenantes

    He likes : Mobile apps !

  • Sylvie Lemoine

    Office manager

    BA Executive Assistant

    Was previously :
    Office Manager at Harrison & Wolf / TBWA
    Office Manager at Edelman
    Office Manager at Burson-Marsteller

    She likes : jazz !

  • Julie Busson

    Senior Consultant

    Master degree in Communication from Audencia
    Sogang South Korea
    Bachelor’s degree in Law

    Was previously:
    Account Manager - FleishmanHillard / OPRG

    She likes: Brittany !

  • Étienne Rancher

    Senior Consultant

    Master from Neoma
    Kozminski University
    Bachelor's degree in law

    Was previously :
    Consultant at June, TwentyFirst
    Project manager at ZenithOptimedia

    He likes : Les internets !

  • Marianne Hobeika

    Consultant

    Master in Communications - Sciences Po Paris
    University of California

    Was Previously :
    Programming at Canal Plus
    PR assistant at Ubisoft

    She likes : Hip-Hop !

  • Adrien Jourdan

    Consultant

    Master in Corporate and Political Communications - CELSA
    Master in International Business Law - Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

    Was previously
    Public Affairs and CSR Assistant - Danone
    Assistant to the Press and Communication's Adviser - Cabinet of the Secretary of State (Defence)

    He likes: Mountains !

  • Samuel Monthuley

    Consultant

    Master in Public and Corporate Communications - Sciences Po Lille
    Bachelor of Arts in Political Science - KU Eichstätt

    Was previously :
    Corporate communications assistant at Deutsche Bank
    External Relations Consultant at UNHCR

    He likes: Wine !

  • Ludivine Preneron

    Consultant

    Master degree in Vie Publique et Relations Institutionnelles – Assas
    Master degree in Communication Politique – Celsa
    Sherbrooke University

    Was previously :
    Public Affairs Consultant at Anthenor Public Affairs
    Communication Officer at Parlement européen

    She likes : History !

References

ING DirectING DirectVIEW THE PROJECT
Société GénéraleSociété GénéraleVIEW THE PROJECT
Financi'ellesFinanci'ellesVIEW THE PROJECT
AXAAXAVIEW THE PROJECT
Baker & McKenzieBaker & McKenzieVIEW THE PROJECT
Fondation AuchanFondation AuchanVIEW THE PROJECT

ING Direct

How to celebrate ing direct’s one million clients?

Following Little Wing’s recommendations, ING Direct celebrated the landmark of one million customers by hosting a gathering at the Olympia with thousands of them. The renewal of the banking relationship – increased autonomy and empowerment of the customer – is a significant part of ING’s DNA. Aligned with this brand’s identity, Little Wing conceived and organised a tailor-made event focusing on major life change.

First, our agency launched a nationwide CastING through social networks and a dedicated platform. ING teams have collected over a hundred of clients’ testimonials that they have then selected in close collaboration with ING fans through social medias.

The 2,000 ING clients invited to the Olympia were offered the unique opportunity to listen to the CastING’s four finalists telling their singular changes of life stories. The same evening, they attended a private performance of François-Xavier Demaison, a French humourist who used to be a banker.

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Société Générale

How to involve 150,000 société générale collaborators into the digital transformation journey?

Société Générale started its digital transformation in May 2013 with the “PEPS’ challenge”, an innovative initiative conceived by Little Wing. The concept was to offer to the collaborators the opportunity to post and share their ideas on the Bank of the future on their internal social network – “SG communities”. In order to capitalise on this initiative, the results have been shared internally through a dedicated event and in a white paper.

This initiative around digital transformation has then been pursued with the “Digital for All” program, which aims to enhance new collaborative usages through the deployment of 70,000 electronic pads internally. In close collaboration with the teams of Société Générale, our communication agency developed a strategic communication plan around this specific program. To make the most of this program, Little Wing activated its internal and external communication expertise to create contents (in print, digital and video) and to conceive and organise dedicated events such as the “RESG For All” day, which brought together 1,200 employees in April 2015.

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Financi'elles

How to raise consciousness about the importance of diversity in the banking, finance and insurance sectors?

Financi’Elles is the first inter-company Federation promoting diversity in the banking, finance and insurance sectors. Its mission is to improve and accelerate the proportion of women at the highest levels of the organisations of these sectors.

To advance its cause, Financi’Elles invited over 160 women – members of the EXCOM of companies of the SBF120 index – and a dozen of CEOs to the second diner of its administrators at the Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Digital on February 18th 2016. The event took place under the patronage of Emmanuel Macron.

Little Wing has conceived and organised this event in close collaboration with the teams of Financi’Elles and the Ministry’s. Our communication agency has been in charge of all the aspects of the event: invitations, program of the evening, speech writing, logistics and communication strategy (e.g. PR, tools displayed and distributed to guests).

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AXA

Comment lancer et animer une plateforme de brainstorming interne dédiée à l’innovation ?

Content case study of AXA

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Baker & McKenzie

How to provide a top global law firm with a distinctive identity in the French market?

Baker & McKenzie used to have a relatively fragmented image in the French market. Little Wing’s first mission hence was to specifically define its image and its communication strategy in the local market. It consisted in adapting the concept of “fluency” and revising its corporate messages along with its communication tools (i.e. leaflet and website). Little Wing also designed Baker & McKenzie’s press relations’ strategy with top-tier economic and Legal press.

Our communication agency implements the PR strategy on a daily basis and advises the local team on its digital and event communication planning.

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Fondation Auchan

How to give substance and meaning to 20 years of Auchan’s actions for the youth?

For the Auchan Youth Foundation, solidarity commitment is not a passing fad as the
632 projects conducted internationally supporting social inclusion, education and health for the youth can testify.

On the Foundation’s 20th anniversary, Little Wing developed an innovative communication plan aiming at increasing its reputation – both internally and externally – while mobilising its publics around their projects. Our communication agency revised its corporate messages, conceived and deployed a new graphic identity, a new website and a 360° communication plan.

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